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The whole country is still trying to understand exactly how and why a crowd of supporters of President Donald Trump breached Capitol Hill security and made their way into the halls of Congress.
The election is now just three weeks away.
But it's already begun in earnest.
A new robocall from the Nevada Republican Party is stirring up controversy.
Nevada is now four months into the fight against the coronavirus.
It’s been nearly two months since Governor Steve Sisolak closed non-essential businesses to prevent further spread of th
Ever since the announcement three years ago that UNLV wanted to build a medical school, it’s been a waiting game.
Last week, Las Vegas Sun Publisher Brian Greenspun talked to KN
Nevada's governor is a Democrat. So is its lieutenant governor, treasurer and attorney general.
In addition, the state Senate and Assembly are dominated by Democrats.
After four months of work, the Nevada State Legislature wrapped up its session Monday.
The 80th session of the Nevada Legislature is set to close on Monday, which means a crush of bills is still working its
State Assemblyman Michael Sprinkles quit Thursday after accusations of sexual harassment.
New laws could be coming that might affect your life.
Traffic cameras at red lights; city and federal elections on the same day; or outlawing prostitution.
A new governor, the first Democrat in some 20 years, was sworn into office this week.
Democrats and women are the majority seat holders in the Legislature.
Almost a month after the general election and Nevadans are starting to get a feel for how Steve Sisolak will lead as governor.
The plan for Las Vegas' transit has been in the works for years, but is it actually closer to fruition?
Could you imagine Nevada with a $13 minimum wage?